More than just a guide, the Handbook of Technical Writing places writing in a real-world context with quick access to hundreds of technical writing topics and scores of sample documents and visuals. Its dedicated author team — with decades of combined academic and professional experience — has created a comprehensive reference tool for students and professionals alike.
Always anticipating the needs of today’s writers, the ninth edition includes expanded coverage of audience and context, and reflects the impact that e-mail and technology have had on workplace communication. An integrated companion Web site works together with the text to offer expanded online resources with the same clarity and depth of instruction.
This reference guide provides a lengthy series of alphabetically arranged, cross-referenced entries for terms that are pertinent to technical writing and to writing in general. The entries reflect such recent technological developments as hypertext, the Internet, computer-assisted design, and electric correspondence. The authors include an essay on five steps to successful writing and numerous samples of technical writing and graphics. Spiral wire binding. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.